Best Read [Sandy Stone] ✓ Fabric Remix: RepurposeRedecorate with Simple SewingEasy Upholstery || [Nonfiction Book] PDF ☆
Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM By Sandy Stone

Why pay the upscale prices at eco chic boutiques when you can creatively upcycle Sandy Stone presents her unique outlook on sewing and decorating repurpose, reconstruct, and renew Learn all the techniques and how to find vintage fabrics and furnishings scavenger style at thrift stores, then get to work at transforming these treasures with delightfully unexpected projeWhy pay the upscale prices at eco chic boutiques when you can creatively upcycle Sandy Stone presents her unique outlook on sewing and decorating repurpose, reconstruct, and renew Learn all the techniques and how to find vintage fabrics and furnishings scavenger style at thrift stores, then get to work at transforming these treasures with delightfully unexpected projects Old ties become a sturdy chair back, vintage scarves become luxurious pillows, and a trampoline becomes a chic window treatment With plenty of inspiration in each eye popping photograph, Fabric Remix doesn t just instruct stitchers, it upcycles their style.
  • Title: Fabric Remix: RepurposeRedecorate with Simple SewingEasy Upholstery
  • Author: Sandy Stone
  • ISBN: 9781600594854
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback

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liberal sprinkles Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
this review is adapted from a longer one with photos at my blog liberal sprinklesThis is a fun book for people who love to craft and recycle. While it focuses on recycling things you can salvage from thrift shops, antique stores, sales and other venues, many of the projects can easily be tackled with materials you may already have in your own homes - things that are a little dated or that you haven't used for their intended purposes for a while.I've done projects similar to some of those here bu [...]
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Kimberli Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
This is seemingly what the author does for a living and she walks you through the projects she has used to decorate her own laid back and inviting home. Besides the projects, she discusses where and how she gathers the items to repurpose. Projects include: Pillows, Bags, Recovering Ottomans, Pet Beds, Garden Chair Covers.Sewing Level, Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
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Jackie Harrison-jewell Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Normally I enjoy looking at this sort of thing (home projecty stuff) but I never actually do anything with the ideas in the book. This one I enjoyed so much, I plan to use a few of her ideas. That's what a DIY book should be, right?
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Tracey Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Adult nonfiction; sewing/crafting. Limited instruction for projects you probably won't want to do or have the materials for, but plenty of inspiration for refurbishing those lovely but flawed pieces of furniture you've inherited from your great aunt.
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Myonly Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Loved loved loved this book! It's set up in a very different way than most DIY books, which is part of what I loved. Great projects and (best of all!) great inspirational photos of the author's home and studio. Now I can't wait to try out some of her ideas
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Shaun Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
A few interesting projects in here.
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Annette McIntyre Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Some very interesting ideas are presented in this book. My favourite two are the recovered bicycle seat and the fabric painted cabinets. Can't wait to try them out.
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Amber Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Limited instruction for projects that are shown, but plenty of inspiration for refurbishing those lovely but flawed pieces of furniture you've inherited from your great grandma or someone like that.
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Grace Tolman Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
love this book and all the cool stuff she had repurposed with fabrics. Some projects were to loud for my taste but inspiring nonetheless
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Kathryn Knight Harper Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
This really inspired me to try and be craftyy to discover I don't own a sewing machine or the ability to randomly find one. But fear not! I shall start reupholstering things soon.
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Nora Dec 11, 2018 - 17:31 PM
Using materials found at thrift stores to remake--the ultimate in reducing, reusing, & recycling! Also shows how to make cording, slipcovers, and add nail head trim.
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Fabric Remix: RepurposeRedecorate with Simple SewingEasy Upholstery By Sandy Stone Why pay the upscale prices at eco chic boutiques when you can creatively upcycle Sandy Stone presents her unique outlook on sewing and decorating repurpose, reconstruct, and renew Learn all the techniques and how to find vintage fabrics and furnishings scavenger style at thrift stores, then get to work at transforming these treasures with delightfully unexpected projeWhy pay the upscale prices at eco chic boutiques when you can creatively upcycle Sandy Stone presents her unique outlook on sewing and decorating repurpose, reconstruct, and renew Learn all the techniques and how to find vintage fabrics and furnishings scavenger style at thrift stores, then get to work at transforming these treasures with delightfully unexpected projects Old ties become a sturdy chair back, vintage scarves become luxurious pillows, and a trampoline becomes a chic window treatment With plenty of inspiration in each eye popping photograph, Fabric Remix doesn t just instruct stitchers, it upcycles their style.

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